Meet our current Washu Ob/Gyn fellows:


Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Ranked among the top women’s health fellowships, the Washington University Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship prepares trainees to achieve excellence in academic medicine.

Kathy Bligard, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Annessa Kernberg, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Megan Chinen Oakes, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Matthew Brady, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Rebecca Rimsza, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Bree Porcelli, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

Sydney Thayer, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

About the Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship »


Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

REI fellows are also trained to design and execute high impact research in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Graduates of the three year program are leaders in all aspects of the field – clinical, surgical and research.

Caitlin Martin, MD, MS
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Kelsey Anderson, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Emily Spurlin, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

About the Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility fellowship »


Gynecologic Oncology

The Washington University fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology is an ACGME-approved fellowship program three-year program. Typically two three-year fellows are accepted into the program each year.

Jo’an Tankou, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Michael D. Toboni, MD, MPH
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Shaina Bruce, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Elizabeth Stock, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Alexander Cohen, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

Tyler Woodard, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

About the Gynecologic Oncology fellowship »


Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

The Washington University fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is an ACGME-accredited three-year program for individuals who have completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology or urology at an ACGME-approved program.

Haidy Morsy, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2019
Graduates 6.30.2022

Kimberley Chiu, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

About the FPMRS fellowship »


Complex Family Planning

During the two-year program, fellows will pursue either a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation or a Master of Population Health Sciences. Fellows also have the opportunity to complete a global health rotation.

Emily Freeman, DO, MA, MS
Began Fellowship 7.1.2020
Graduates 6.30.2023

Emily Barker, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2021
Graduates 6.30.2024

About the Complex Family Planning fellowship »